Statue of Mihai Viteazul (Mihai Viteazul Square)


Brief history about the statue of Mihai Viteazul:

Mihai Viteazul Statue in Cluj Napoca is the work of sculptor Marius Butunoiu and was inaugurated in mid 1970’s.

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Mihai Viteazul was ruler of Tara Romaneasca (Romanian Country), the one who first united the three Romanian provinces (Romanian Country, Moldova and Transylvania) in 1600.

Mihai Viteazul  Statue Location

The statue is located in the middle of the square with the same name, is surrounded by a small triangular park with benches and green spaces.

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Behind it, lies the old Cinema Republica, where film festivals are held annually, most notably is the Transylvania International Film Festival (TIFF).

GPS Coordinates: 46.774385 (N), 23.589567 (longitude)


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